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If you want to see how it ends... LINE OF DUTY Tuesday, 9pm, BBC2
It’s the final episode of the tense police thriller and, with Gates on the run, the pressure is really on the anticorruption team to close the case. As tensions flare, events hurtle towards a shocking conclusion… (Pictured: Martin Compston and Vicky McClure as Arnott and Fleming.)
If you want tigers... TIGER ISLAND Friday, 6.30pm, BBC2
This Natural World film tells how the endangered Sumatran tiger is turning into a man-eater as humans encroach on its jungle habitat. Now, a maverick business tycoon is catching the man-eaters, rehabilitating them, and releasing them into his conservation park. Will this save them from extinction?
If you want once-in-alifetime viewing... OLYMPICS 2012 OPENING CEREMONY Friday, 7pm, BBC1
The countdown to the ceremony begins. At 9pm, Queen Elizabeth II will officially open the 30th Olympiad, then Danny Boyle’s extravaganza will get under way, followed by the parade of the world’s athletes. (Right: Presenter Gary Lineker.)
10.35PM, BBC1 In Dancing With Titian, screen-hogging Alan Yentob tells the story of a collaboration between Britain’s National Gallery and Royal Ballet, and explores Titian’s paintings.
10.40PM, RTÉ ONE Camila Speirs has gone from strength to strength following a horrific fall from her horse at Badminton. But will she manage to secure her place at the Games? We also follow Brian Gregan, the 21-year-old 400m sprinter who needs to focus on finishing his degree, so starts the season with very little training and low expectations. Final episode.
8.30PM, RTÉ ONE